Top Ten (+3) Tuesday: Most Recent Additions to My TBR

Due to one reason or the other, I have not posted for quite a while but was determined to do today’s Top Ten Tuesday, hosted @ That Artsy Reader Girl. Today’s topic is a freebie in which one can pick any of the earlier topics. . I decided to do Ten Most Recent Additions to My TBR. Here are the books recently put on the shelves or downloaded on kindle:


Do share your views if you have read any of these.


Part of A Baker’s Dozen


13 thoughts on “Top Ten (+3) Tuesday: Most Recent Additions to My TBR

  1. I’m so very happy to see you back, Neeru! I love your choices, too. The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy is, for me and my husband, one of our top mutual reads (we have different tastes, but not when it comes to Douglas Adams). In my opinion, it’s funny, odd, and requires a lot of suspension of disbelief. But it’s so funny, and does give one ‘food for thought.’ If you do read that one, I hope you like it.

    I read The Masala Murder a couple of years ago and enjoyed it. There’s a lot of interesting information about gourmet spices and cooking, but I didn’t feel it overwhelmed the story. I got a sense of what Kolkata must be like, too. I do hope you’ll like this if you get to it.

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    1. Thank you so much Margot. I have missed frequenting your blog and reading your posts. I have read the Dirk Gently books by Adama and enjoyed them thoroughly. I am so looking forward to reading this, a book I have heard a lot about. Also good to know that the two of you agree upon it (Wonderful when that happens, isn’t it?). After your thumb-up, I am even more interested in Masala Murder.

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  2. Neeru, I am glad to see you back too.

    In your list of latest additions to your TBR, The Brontësaurus sounds very interesting to me. I know so little about the Brontës, and this seems like a fun way to learn more.

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  3. Great list. I have read a few by Peter Mayle, he’s right on targer (and I am French).
    I haven’t read this one by Horowitz, but I have read several of his books for adult as well as several in his YA Alex Rider series, and his writing is fabulous. Enjoy!

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    1. Thank you so much. Peter Mayle is new to me so it is good to know that he is a writer you admire. You wouldn’t believe it but after reading your comment I realised for the first time that Granny was written by Horowitz. Even after posting about it, I was under the impression it was by Roald Dahl!!😶

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